An advanced level reader.
"It is in the 1940s in rural Ireland. Tom Nestor is a young boy. Every week he is sent on an errand to the nearby town of Rath. Tom sets out on this adventure as if it were an adventure into the Wild West, and he is a cowboy. On his way, he meets a host of weird and wonderful characters, from Ned Wall, the farmer with half a face, to dear Miss Daisy, with her pony and elegant trap - a perfect lady.
Driving With Daisy is a funny, moving and familiar story of a rural Ireland long since passed."
The Open Door Series are short, highly readable novels written by some of Ireland's best known authors. They provide excellent interesting reading material for more advanced students.
|Peppercorn Book Number: 921-0015|
|Publisher: New Island Books|
|Series: Open Door|
|Place of Publication: Dublin, Ireland|
|Year of Publication: 2002|
|Reader Level: Advanced 1|
|Size: 4.5 x 7 inches, portrait|
|Length: 65 pages|